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The will states that she may have any of my fathers possessions from within the property nothing there of great value widescreen tv computer old sofa armchairs large wooden cabinet ornaments but nothing of real value If you sold everything in the flat you would be pushed to make £1000
The beneficiary lives local to the property as do her three adult children (all in there 40 s) I sent a letter recorded delivery on 1st feb giving 14 days notice for her or her representative to come to the property on the 15th or 16 th feb. So i assume buy your answer that i can start to clear the property on the 17th having given adequate notice. Is this correct and thank you for your prompt response
If i also send another letter at the end of the week giving an exact date as you suggested earlier i;e by 9:00 am 17th feb will that be ok
I did state in the other letter that i will be at the property 14 days from the 1st feb and that they have 2 days the 15an16th to collect possesions
One last question should i send 2 copies of all letters one first class and one recorder delivery i cannot deliver personally as i do not live locally
thanks for your help excellent rating on the way
i have had a txt from the beneficiary's daughter saying that she is going to represent her mother because of ill health in this matter .But she is away on holiday on the dates I have told the beneficiary that I will be at the property.
Can i legally proceed to clear the property or do i have to wait until the daughter returns and reschedule the dates for them to collect the chattels as stated in the terms of the will
she is already on holiday out of the country I tried to call her yesterday but her partner hang up on me Iam writing again to her mother the beneficiary giving 28 days notice of my intentions will this be sufficient to legally cover myself